The Milwaukee Brewers have been around for over 100 years. The "Brewers"
were officially founded in 1884; however, they have actually been around even longer. In 1876,
they were the Milwaukee West Ends. This was a time when one wouldn't even need
Brewers tickets to see a game. Even though the Brewers have been around since the
1800s, they didn't have any success until they joined the American Association in
1901. This move would help guide their entry into the Major League team we know
today where Brewers tickets are a little harder to get.
The Brewers won their first National Championship in 1913 and won another in
1914. The Boston Braves moved to Milwaukee in 1953 and become the city's official
team. The Brewers moved to Toledo so fans would have to go to Ohio to get Brewers
tickets. It took close to twenty years for the Brewers to return to Milwaukee. Bud
Selig moved the Braves down to Atlanta and the Seattle Pilots to Milwaukee. They
became the Milwaukee Brewers that are known to fans looking for Brewers tickets
today. Many would say that the Brewers peaked from 1978 to 1983. They spent these
years placing in first, second, and third. In 1982, they were able to win the American
League Pennant. They did this by coming back from a 0-2 deficit competing against
the California Angels. They have played in the National League since 1998 after
switching from their long run in the American League.
While looking for Brewers tickets, one of the first places to go is Miller Park. Miller
Park is the stadium in which the Brewers play. Opening just over a decade ago on
April 6, 2001, Miller Park is a huge stadium. With an occupancy of 42,200 seats, it is big
enough to accommodate all of the Milwaukee fans holding Brewers tickets. Within the
stadium, there are many restrooms, beverage and food suppliers, and even a Brewers
team store for the fans.
Miller Park is located at 1 Brewers Way in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was designed by architect
Dan Myers. The Milwaukee Brewers fans congregate here to watch their favorite team
play, that is if they have Brewers tickets. The Brewers fans have a reputation of being
classy, highlighted by applauding Randy Johnson for reaching 2nd in the all-time strikeout list at Miller Park. Milwaukee are respectful toward almost all teams except the rival Cubs.
Fans holding Brewers tickets will show a great amount of respect to their opponents in
their own stadium, but when the Cubs come to town anything is fair game. Brewers fans
are a classy group and show it at Miller Park.